Growth of the Soil is a giant in Norwegian literature. Knut Hamsun received the Nobel Prize in 1920 for the novel about the pioneer Isak seeking his own land up north, and the hare-lipped woman Inger, coming walking to him over the mountains. Vedtekka at Borgestad, June 11-12-13
In Grenland Friteater’s new big outdoor performance about the Battle at the Dairy in 1933 we follow striking dairy ladies, local youths, police officers and curious spectators at Meieritorvet when the brutal state police arrive in Porsgrunn, ready to attack people with their truncheons raised. Maritime Museum, June 5. – 14.
PIT 2019 will take place June 11 – 15. The full program will be released later.
Fools, jugglers, clowns and other madmen and -women take control over the streets of Porsgrunn. They all have one thing in common: The Street is their Stage. City Center, June 13 – 16
The Cobblestone Ball not only marks the opening of the Porsgrunn International Theatre Festival and the most beautiful week of the year. The Cobblestone Ball has also become a cherished tradition with entertainment of the very highest quality! City Square, June 12 from 6 pm
Interested in people and new experiences? Enjoying festivals? Could you like to be part of the team planning and facilitating the theatre festival and the work our fantastic and indispensable volunteers do every year? Then you should come to information and talk at : Friteatret, Huken 3d, Porsgrunn Tue Sept 19. h.18:00! PIT has a large […]
The book about PIT is full of fantastic photos and small stories from PIT written by more than 40 different artists and other PIT visitors. Buy it at Friteatret or send us a mail if you want us to send you a copy.